This literature review discusses the importance of mathematic fact fluency and the lasting impact it can have on student's success in the area of mathematics. Studies show that mathematic fact fluency serves as the foundation for advanced math skills. The review identifies three mathematic fact fluency interventions that educators can implement in their classroom. The research focuses on the cover, copy, compare intervention, as well as taped problems and computer-based programs, specifically Reflex. The data indicates that all three math interventions are effective in providing students with appropriate and sufficient support needed at their current academic level. Further research needs to be conducted to identify additional interventions that enhance students' performance in the area of mathematic fact fluency.